Everything You Never Knew You Wanted to Know About Berlin


What do you do with “´ne jeschminkte Laura” or “´ne Knacker und ´ne Molle” and does being “Dreikäsehoch” help you in your everyday life in Berlin? It seems that like with speaking English in Glasgow, the real, born-and-bred Berliners speak a language that only the real, born-and-bred Berliners understand.

In his latest text for Slow Travel Berlin, Ian Farrell introduces the history of the unique local parlance and explains the basics of Berlinerisch. An absolute must for all those trying to communicate with the REAL locals:-)

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Urberlinerin (image by Paul Sullivan)

Urberlinerin (image by Paul Sullivan)


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